Who are we?
A Conservational Mouth-Piece and Proactive response at Ground Zero in Rehabilitation and maintenance of Biome aspects that support the Climate and Ecosystems.
- Manyame Conservation Trust. Who are we?
Manyame Conservation Trust is a registered Community Based Organisation whose mission is to advocate for the preservation of water sources through community participation in rehabilitation and maintenance of local environmental aspects that support the climate and ecosystems in Manyame Catchment Area.
We believe in the preservation of the environment as a source of a clean habitable and sustainable tomorrow by investing in the future generation’s sense of environmental stewardship.
• Our Mission
To advocate for the preservation of water sources through community involvement in rehabilitation and maintenance of local environmental aspects that support the climate and its ecosystems.
• Our Vision
Access to free sufficient clean water. “Kuwana mvura yakawanda yakachena pachena.”
• To educate communities on environmental issues;
• To mainstream youth, children and women in environmental governance;
• To research and disseminate information that promotes accountability in environmental governance;
• To monitor activities and indicators of environmental sustainability in relation to wetland preservation;
• To culture a heritage of environmental society;
• To build coalitions and networks with organisations that share similar objectives.
• Core Values
• Good Governance
How We Work!
We are an independent, Community Based Organization governed as a trust created under SI 7 of the Environmental Management Act – Chapter 20:27 Section 1.1.3 and Chapter 4 Declaration of Environmental Rights Section 73 to manage wetlands and their biodiversity as agreed by Global conventions like Iran’s 1972 Ramsar Convention and others which mitigates climate change issues against greenhouse effect (Montreal protocol).
The overall objective of the Trust is to “contribute to the unceasing debate on environmental good practices against geophysical infrastructural development”, by creating awareness and lobby strategies which cement the symbiosis between human cultural and religious practices that bind people to the environment and means of sustainable public resource allocation management as governed by a duality in laws and statutes in the country from community level.